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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE tITHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 25, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SATURDAY. SEPT. 2G Your birthday today: A year opens of mixed influ- ences, mostly favorable. You meet just enough obstacles to justify planning. The most ser- ious challenge is to your capa- city to manage other people's resources, to retain savings. This year's experience will also teach you to rely on your own resources. Emotional ties go along about as they were. Today's natives are intrepid, strongly attached to their homes. ARIES (March 21 April Working off energy on details gives you time to live past a spell of chilly surfaces in per- sonal relationships, or shy be- havior in somebody you'd like to know better TAUKUS (April 20 May There is no smooth course to- day. Decide what to do and proceed directly. The greatest obstacle is your own doubt; you can compromise with outside opposition and still get things done. GEMINI (May 21 June Disconcerting news or a glum mood should not deter you. Get out and make contacts, look up friends, seek advice. There is too much to do. CANCER (June 21 July Aside from money worries, your problem is your response to the moods of others. Everybody hi some story to tell; it's a gener phenomenon rather than a pur ly individual experience. LEO (July 23 Aug. 01 er people cause temporary d [iciilties. Nothing quite answe the situation, but if you w keep busy the balance eventua ly tips. VIRGO (Aug. 2.T Sept. 22 Some situation of temporar imbalance has to run its cours Legalistic approaches are un satisfactory. Pick up as bes you can, get your weeken chores done. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22 You can't prevent your frieni from unwise financial managi m e n t, overheavy obligation: Keep out of the deal, promisin nothing. Instead, attend to ne( lected chores. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 21) Any problems now may relat to illness or weakness of other patient, give everybody chance to work around h'mita tions. Details are still import ant. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec Your urge is toward sweep ing physical action when your own interests are best server, by attention to essentials, seri ous thought on your plans. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan The temperament of the day is to be worked off wit! GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN 10 mi: Th Trtbm] East-West vulnerable. North deals. NORTH A A J73 A Q It Bib bidding: North East South Wot 1V Pasi 14 Dble. 2 Pass 4 Pass Put Opening lead: Six of A An all out attack on the (Jummy's trump holding tamed the victory for East West in defending against South't four ipade contract. In light ef strong bidding from opjxnltion, West was reluctant to lead from one of his high cards and he decided to open a tramp. South played three spades from dummy and East von the trick with the king. East switched to the Jack of diamonds, declarer played the three and West signaled t mild encouragement with j the four. The ten of diamonds was continued and South played low again, ruffing in .dummy with the seven of spades. The king of hearts was led and West was in with the ace. Observe that If West t passive course and exits with a spade, declarer is in position to draw the trumps, ending up in dummy and then run the heart suit for the rest of the tricks. West realized that the only chance for i defense was to force North's trump holding again. He therefore led the ace of the fact that by doing, he estab- lished declarer's ling. South ruffed In dummy with the Jack et spades. Ha cashed the queen of hearts discarding a club from his hand and then led a club- putting In the queen from his hand. If the club finesse succeeded, declarer hoped to make his contract by cashing the ace of clubs and trumping his last club with the ace of jpades. West captured the queen of clubs with the king to scoro the setting trick, and then exited with a spade. Dummy was in with the ace and cashed a high heart, on which declarer discarded the ten of clubs. West was unable to ruff Inasmuch as he had no more t r n m p t and South claimed the balance. diligence, investigation of crea- tive approaches. Increased ex- penses arc almost certain now. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Be prepared to give more time to your home, your loved ones. There may be a health problem for somebody. Person- al plans give way to the situa lion. Patience! PISCES (Feb. 19 March 20) It seems there is no end to de- tails that come to you for ac tion. Concentrate on the mos urgent subjects first. The eve- ning brings a turning point, 1370, Ncwsday, lac. THE DOCTOR SAYS Complete Recovery From Concussion By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D Written for Newspaper Enterprises ASSL. Q I am a man, Gl. I re- cently suffered a concussion. Is complete recovery possible? A Complete recovery is the rule following simple concus- sion, especially when the vic- im is allowed to get up after 24 hours in bed and return to ivork within three or four days. Q What coulr1 cause cerc- >ral edema? Is it commonly ;een in viral encephalitis? A In addition to encephal- tis varying degrees of water- ogging of the brain are caused >y concussion, persistent high >lood pressure, uremia, poison- ing with heavy metals such as ead and severe chronic alcohol- ism. Q What Is meant by cere- sral vascular insufficiency? A This is a decreased lood supply to the brain, usu- lly due to Hardening of the arteries. Q Three months ago .my on, 24, started having terrific eadaches. After extensive ex- aminations the doctor said he ad hydroeephalus and that an Deration is necessary. What of surgery is done and ow good are the results? A Various operations are sed to relieve water on the rain but they all have as their purpose a shunting of the cere- brospinal fluid from the brain into the blood stream. They are more effective when done in in- fancy than when performec later in life. Q Could thinking abont a brain tumor cause one? A No, but it could cause you to become pretty neurotic. Q My husband is getting a very bad memory. Is there any way to help him? A Much research is being done on this problem, which is essentially one of maintain- ing a good cerebral circulation. Drugs already available in- clude Hydergine Cyclospasntol, diphenylhydantoin and procain- amide. All are prescription drugs to be taken only under medical supervision. Q What causes meningits? Is it contagious? Can a person have it a second1 time? A This disease may be caused by a .wide variety of nacteria. Some of them, includ- ing the common meningococ- cus, are transmitted in the air following coughin? or sneering as in the case of the respiratory diseases. Reinfection may oc- cur because an attack does not produce a lasting immunity. Dr. Lamb Writes Medical Column To help you lead a better 11 awrence C. Lamb, MD, octor who has treated astr auts and a president of t nited States, will begin ;ries of medical columns in The Lethbridge Heral is articles replace those r. Wayne G. Brandstadt wh as served readers faithful r many years. One of America's most Mg regarded cardiologists, D amb spent more than 10 year Ith the U.S. Air Force Schoi Aerospace Medicine in Texa and set up and carried o aminations for space pilot University of Lethbridge "-1 Faculty of Education TEACHER PLACEMENT SERVICE The Faculty of Education of the University of Lethbridge has established a Teacher Placement Service which is ostensibly designed to servo the needs of students presently enrolled in its teacher preparation program and who have placement folders on file. On occasion, however, requests are received from school superintendents for available teacher personnel which cannot be met by our candidate file. All teachers, therefore, who are presently seeking employment are invited to avail themselves of fhis assistance by writing to: The Educational Placement Office, University cf Leihbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta, or by calling: 327-2171 Ext. 241 Gemini and Apollo astronauts and tlie first scientist-astro- nauts. TREATED JOHNSON He treated Lyndon B. John son as a senator, vice presidec and president. Although he is a scientif man with top credentials in tl medical field, Dr. Lamb write with simplicity and unde standing. "I he saic "that the general public real shouldn't be inflicted with twi 'I HATETO SEE IT 6ETS DARK SO EARLY. LANCELOT-By Coker Penn SUES HOPE VOJ LIKE SUNFLOWERS BLONDIE-By Chic Young THAT'S NOT MY DINNER-IT'S BEEFSTEIV 'I NO, ITS NOT, DAGWOOD THAT JUST ODES TO SHOW- A FELLOW DOESN'T KNOW AS MUCH AS HE THINKS HE DOES FAVOKITE DINNER FOB ITS CHICKEN ANP RICE BEETLE BAII.EY-.By Mort Walker MAVBE LATEE: NOW A BAP TIME you PONT VVAKlTTOgO HOME CM 11 ABNER-By Al Capp DR. LAWRENCE LAMB New Herald Writer ollar medical words when ex- lanations can be made in lear, concise English. My job, s I sec it, is to shed some ght on what is surely a per- on's most prized possession his ealth." Dr. Lamb is an authority on particularly its use i preventing and treating eart disease. Much of the in- ormation in his column will eal with proper exercise and let to help readers learn a etter way to live. In his mid-40s, Dr. Lamb is s raduate of the University of ajisas School of Medicine. He rent several years as an Air orce physician and then ac- epted fellowships to instruct at mory University, the Uni- ersity of Kansas Medical Cen- r and the University of Genc- i, Switzerland. i y DON'T RUM 6 THAT J fj ARCHIE-By Bob Montana DIDN'T YOU CALL JU6HEAD: ALL YOU HE'S A BIS FANS TO WATCH THE SAME VERPNICA AMD BETTY ARE HERE... AND RES I6GY AND THE REST HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne HORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal lenlennial Coins 'or B.C. Babies VICTORIA (CP) Each by born in British Columbia the first 71 minutes of July JS71, B.C.'s Centennial, will ceive ?100 in Centennial dol- r coins, the B.C. government announced today. L. J. Wallace, general chair- man of the B.C. Centennial 71 committee, said doctors and hospital administrators mil co- operate in keeping a record of births. BUGS BUNNY I'M ALL SET TO GO TO LOOGe MEETINSJ HOWPOr LOOK? THEY PON'TWAKE THESE THINGS LIKE THEY USEP ;